Tupolev Tu-144D "Charger", Soviet Supersonic Passenger Aircraft

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The world’s first supersonic passenger aircraft became a Tu-144. It was designed by A.N. Tupolev Design Bureau. The maiden flight of the prototype was in December 31, 1968 (two month earlier than British-French Concorde). The serial production began in 1971. The modification Tu-144D with RD-36-51A engines and increased to 5300 km range was designed in 1974. All in all 5 Tu-144D aircraft were built up to 1984.

SSSR-77112 aircraft made near 50 cargo flights in Moscow – Khabarovsk line. Now it is in exposition of Sinsheim Technique Museum.

This kit can be assembled in ground or flying configurations. 2 versions decal sheet included.

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Tupolev Tu-144D "Charger", Soviet Supersonic Passenger Aircraft

Tupolev Tu-144D "Charger", Soviet Supersonic Passenger Aircraft